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Poster: jerlouvis Date: Apr 28, 2011 3:48pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Archive Roulette For Today (Non Dead of course)

That is a fact BD,I've heard quite a few people try to cover it and it was never well done,even later in their career Shider and Hazel didn't do it justice.I saw P-Funk at the Nassau Coliseum in 75' or 76' and watching them rip their way through Maggot Brain was jaw dropping for a teenager at one of my first live shows,prior to that the most impressive guitarist I had seen was Terry Kath of Chicago in 74',and he tore it up,but P-Funk just blew my mind.I would have loved to have seen Funkadelic in 70' but I was only 12.

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Poster: user unknown Date: Apr 28, 2011 5:49pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Archive Roulette For Today (Non Dead of course)

T. Kath was definitely an awesome "axeman". Chicago was never really the same, nor quite as good after Terry's death

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Poster: jerlouvis Date: Apr 28, 2011 8:13pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Archive Roulette For Today (Non Dead of course)

No they lost their way when he died,it is a shame he does not get more recognition for his playing because he was a brilliant guitarist,and Danny Serraphine was as good a drummer as any of the rock guys that are touted.